panasonic lx-3

cloud scraping


happy rotterdam, to have such giant mirrors.

this is a quite old picture (made with the lx-3) that i found on the bottom of my drafts list. i found it interesting enough to put it on top of this very list again :)

have a seat


have a seat (if you can)

i think i couldn’t decide on a colour here…  seen in the kunsthal in rotterdam.

the need for speed


car rental neon sign in rotterdam.

hagia sophia

reconstruction work inside the hagia sophia in istanbul. shot with the panasonic lx-3 and a cheap fisheye conversion lens. this time i really recommend clicking the picture for getting a clearer view on the quite impressive scaffolding (and of course on the quality of the converter ;)).

tegel dancing

these were taken a while ago at airport berlin-tegel while waiting for the plane to arrive. i took those handheld with the panasonic lx-3 and i doubt that i could do this with my  e-pl1, due to the only so-so-effectiveness of the stabilizer. (but i sincerely hope i’ll be able to do it with the e-pl5 or its successor some day ;))

code orange

code orange

since i am apparently in a kind of colour series, here’s an older one from the berlin underground. i think this is station messe nord/icc in charlottenburg, berlin. this was taken with the panasonic lx-3 after visiting the ifa 2009.

please note that the agent leaving the hall is carrying an orange bag. i was not able to decipher the code, though…